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LABOR’S CQ HQ FORUM JOLTS NBN INTO ACTION

October 11, 2017

The NBN Forum hosted in Rockhampton last week seems to have lit a fire under the NBN as they announced their own forum for Rockhampton residents for this week. Last week, we heard from multiple small businesses about how the shoddy rollout of Malcolm Turnbull’s NBN was costing them clients and income.

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CENTRAL QUEENSLAND STILL WAITING FOR INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING

October 10, 2017

Central Queenslanders have missed out again with the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility set to fund its first project in Western Australia. This proves again Turnbull is out of touch with Central Queensland.

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NO-LEVEE-LANDRY CONTINUES TO FIGHT AGAINST FUNDING

October 06, 2017

Yesterday, Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry once again refused to commit Federal funding to build the South Rockhampton flood levee, saying on ABC radio that the majority of rate payers don’t support a levee. What an absolute crock.

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LANDRY LETS LOCALS DOWN AGAIN – MORE DELAYS ON NBN

October 05, 2017

Member for Capricornia, Michelle Landry, has let down her constituents again, this time on the local rollout of the NBN. Only three months ago, Ms Landry took her Federal Minister Fiona Nash to Cawarral, where they talked about a "tremendous win" to local media.

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TOURISM JOBS BOOST FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND

October 04, 2017

Federal Labor’s $1 billion investment in new tourism infrastructure for Northern Australia will mean more support for the industry and more jobs for Central Queensland. Shadow Minister for Northern Australia Jason Clare, Shadow Finance Minister Jim Chalmers and Queensland Senator Murray Watt joined with Queensland Tourism Minister Kate Jones and hardworking local MP Brittany Lauga to meet with Yeppoon and Great Keppel Island tourism op...

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STOP THE EXCUSES AND FUND THE LEVEE

October 04, 2017

The only way to secure funding for the South Rockhampton flood levee is to vote Labor. Federal Labor announced it would partner with the State Labor Government and Rockhampton Regional Council to build the levee six months ago.

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A FAIR GO FOR AUSTRALIA